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From Alena Prokharchyk <Alena.Prokharc...@citrix.com>
Subject Re: Network offering issue
Date Mon, 25 Jun 2012 16:35:51 GMT
On 6/24/12 5:40 AM, "Ahmad Saif" <ahmad.abosaif@gmail.com> wrote:

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>On 06/20/2012 06:49 PM, Alena Prokharchyk wrote:
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>On 6/20/12 4:15 AM, "Ahmad Saif" <ahmad.abosaif@gmail.com>
><mailto:ahmad.abosaif@gmail.com> wrote:
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>I want to create a machine with 2 network cards, on network will be
>nated and can be exposed directly to the intenet; and the other one will
>be private only.
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>By default on advanced networking, when you create a new network it will
>use the network offer "Offering for Isolated networks with Source Nat
>service enabled". I've created another network service named "private"
>with dhcp and firewall only. to use it for the 2nd network interface on
>my vms.
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>the problem is I can't find my network offer when I create the instance,
>also when I try to change the network offering after creating it form
>the default to "Private" -the network I created- it give me the
>following error :
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>DEBUG [cloud.network.NetworkManagerImpl] (Job-Executor-89:job-85)
>Network offerings 8 and 7 have different values for specifyVlan, can't
>upgrade
>INFO  [cloud.api.ApiDispatcher] (Job-Executor-89:job-85) Can't upgrade
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>>from network offering 7 to 8; check logs for more information
>my case is very simple i need network with public IPs, and another one
>with private ips only (no nating, no public ips)
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>1) specifyVlan on the network offering indicates if vlan has to be passed
>in at the network creation - this is the case for our Shared networks. For
>Isolated networks with the source nat service enabled we allocate Vlan at
>the network implementation stage, therefore vlan is not accepted at
>networkCreate, and specifyVlan=false for the network offerings like this.
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>You can't perform the network offering upgrade if the new/original network
>offerings have different values for specifyVlan.
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>2) On deployVm dialog for network creation we present only Network
>offerings that are:
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>* Isolated
>* Source Nat enabled
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>Network of other types can be created only from Infrastructure page.
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>-Alena.
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>Thanks Alane, I was able to create a shared network form the
>infrastructure "Network-guest" tab,
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>I've created a shared network with IPs "192.168.0.0/24", now when I
>create the VM with 2 nic one on the private network "shared-network" and
>one on the "Isolated -source nated"
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>I've 2 default gateways
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>* 192.168.0.254 
>* 10.1.1.1 
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>and I can't access internet through the sourc-nated interface !
>any ideas ?
>I need one interface to act as private "for database traffic" and the
>other one is public "for web traffic "
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>can you please help ?



Which one of the networks you've specified as a default for your VM?
Isolated or Shared?

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>thanks
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